[ lat-i-tood-n-l, -tyood- ]
/ ˌlæt ɪˈtud n l, -ˈtyud- /


of or relating to latitude.

Origin of latitudinal

1535–45; < Latin lātitūdin- (stem of lātitūdō) latitude + -al1

Related forms

lat·i·tu·di·nal·ly, adverbin·ter·lat·i·tu·di·nal, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for latitudinally

  • Peel off the rind and slice them, latitudinally or crosswise, about the eighth of an inch in thickness.

    The National Cook Book, 9th ed.|Hannah Mary Peterson
  • Latitudinally they might traverse as circumstances required, but not longitudinally.

    Bruin|Mayne Reid
  • Longitudinally he was my inferior, but latitudinally he outstripped me.

    Remarks|Bill Nye
  • Latitudinally, the wild turkey was supposed not to extend beyond the line of the Rocky Mountains.